Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I have a hearing loss?

Take a look at our self-check list. If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, you need to have your hearing tested. Hearing loss affects all ages and is best managed when you first notice symptoms.

If I have a hearing loss, what's next?

After a hearing loss is determined, we will then recommend the product we think best fits your hearing loss and lifestyle. Hearing aid styles vary from behind the ear (BTE), in the ear (ITE), in the canal (ITC) or completely in the canal (CIC). Your hearing loss dictates the style necessary to properly correct your hearing. In most cases, we can simulate what the hearing aid will sound like in your ears. Please be aware that no hearing aid can replace normal hearing.

How much does a hearing aid cost?

The cost varies according to the amount of hearing loss, style of hearing aid, and sophistication of the technology in the hearing aid. The range is from approximately $1,000 to $4,000 each. There are less expensive hearing aids available, but these have extreme limitations of fitting range and/or technology. 

Does insurance pay for hearing aids?

Each insurance policy is different. The only way to know for sure is to contact your insurance company to find out if hearing aids are a covered service. As of now, Medicare does not cover hearing aids. Medicaid only covers hearing aids for children. 

Do you have a trial period?

Yes. We offer a 30-day risk free trial on all of our hearing aids. 

How do you choose which hearing aid to put on me?

We are a multi-line hearing aid dispenser, meaning that we handle several manufacturers’ products. It has been our experience that no one manufacturer can fit all hearing losses, and each manufacturer has their own philosophy on correcting hearing loss. We use our expertise to match your hearing loss with the manufacturer best suited to fit you.